This is the second part of our blog by the reunification expert team, illustrating that re-connecting, even after extreme alienation, is not only achievable, but that there is a proven pathway that […]
As The Cornerstone Community Alliance Support Team (CCA) we are the support wing of The Cornerstone Community Alliance.
Our aim as The CCA Support Team is to provide support and advice to all those that have been adversely affected by parental alienation.
What follows is the second instalment of a story a father shared with us in a previous blog. He shares the care of his children who are now split between two households, […]
As our network continues to grow, our gender neutral approach and constructive, child-centered, shared-parenting ethos is attracting a fast-growing movement of like-minds. This community now includes parents, step-parents, siblings, grandparents and professionals who […]
It is Parent Alienation Awareness Day 2018 The abuse of children and their alienated parent’s civil rights is happening in every town, every day. But the fact that people still need to […]
This disturbing post features two stories from two different parents who have contributed here before. The tales will upset some people as they show parental alienation for the raw abuse it is. […]
Part II of our guest post from a professional head of social care. Parent Alienation: Is it Me? In part one I talked about the need to make a concerted effort to […]
We are very pleased to provide a platform for another progressive voice for change. This time, our guest blogger is a senior social services manager who is a change catalyst within her […]
[The following is written by an anonymous contributor] Easter Sunday, April 22nd, 1973. I saw my father for the very last time, when I was aged three. He travelled down to South Jersey […]
Second guest post by one of our parents, a father who currently shares residency status with the children split between two households. “I’ll admit it. I’m scared.” Bullying is defined as someone […]
[The following is written by an anonymous contributor] I see a lot written by parents about “corrupt” or unscrupulous solicitors and legal professionals. I’m going to try and write something positive for […]